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Daniel Djauhari Pambudi

Created: 10/14/2004
Updated: 6/9/2015
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Dr. Daniel Djauhari Pambudi
Research Economist (CGE Data making and modelling)

NZIER Wellington New Zealand
L13 Grant Thornton House, 215 Lambton Quay, Wellington 6140
Wellington, Wellington 6140
New Zealand

http:///http://nzier.org.nz/
daniel.pambudi@nzier.com
+64 4 494 7963 (ph)



Biography
Curriculum Vitae - Daniel Djauhari Pambudi

Daniel is a research economist with experience gained in ABARES Department of Agriculture Canberra, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) Rome, Department of Economics Monash University Melbourne, and the Ministry of Finance Indonesia. Demonstrated skills in application of multi-regional computable general equilibrium (CGE) modeling for economic impact analysis in tourism, tax on emissions of global agriculture, and free trade agreements. He has constructed and updated CGE databases of Indonesia, Australia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the global economy.
Daniel joined NZIER in May 2015 and maintains NZIER’s static and dynamic CGE models of the New Zealand economy.

Key areas of expertise
Computable general equilibrium (CGE) modelling

Recent projects
Assess the economic impacts of greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation among land-using sectors of the global economy.
Simulate different scenarios of global emission taxes and forestry sequestration subsidy using a global CGE model and incorporate in the model the agricultural emission abatement technologies in crops, beef and dairy milk, sheep, poultry, and pig sectors.
Tourism contribution
Estimate tourism contribution to regional economy with publication such as Australian State/Territory Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) and Economic impact of terrorism in Bali using an Indonesian multi-regional CGE model.


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